Happy Earth Day

April 22, 2020  •  3 Comments

Happy Earth Day!

It's times like these that remind us what's really important.

No, it's not the cost of the car in our driveway. It's not the size of the driveway. It's not the number of megapixels our phone possesses. 

I'm noticing what really counts is our families.  And our food. 

Few things seem to scare us more than a scarcity of food in our supermarkets. Few of us have ever lived through moments like these in which people are lined up around the stores to find half empty shelves inside.

The Earth Day Network is dedicating today's Earth Day to the pollinator. These are the mighty animals that move pollen around which fertilizes other plants, which ultimately results in a variety of fruits and seeds.

Without these small creatures, there's no doubt that our supermarkets shelves would go really empty ...

Here's a pollinator that I caught in the act with my macro lens. 

I love shooting nature with a macro lens. It's not until later when you see the images on your computer screen that you see all the fine details.

 

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